Papababy wrote:Hi Sleepy thanks, had discuss with my wife for the pass few days and decided on a electric piano Kawai CN25 the touch is very close to an acoustic piano, until she get better with her piano then will upgrade it to acoustic piano.simplycho wrote:papababy, is your girl doing grade 1 yet? Personally i would reccomend to let them play on a keyboard until you're sure of their interest as a piano is a hefty investment.
I prefer 2nd hand pianos as a well maintained one would be well seasoned so it'd be easier to play on
i'd imagine it to be more challenging for a beginner to season a new piano well (from what i understand from my child's piano teacher)
so if possible, may be you could invite your child's music teacher to evaluate the pianos with you?
if no such option then i would rather purchase a brand new piano but those made in japan type
but then you'd have to spend twice.